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Old 06-17-2010, 10:03 AM
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Disposable Heroes, god damn it!

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Old 06-17-2010, 01:16 PM
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Hopefully they'll be back with these kinds of sets next year....
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MOTORHEAD opening set

1- Iron Fist
2- Stay Clean
3- Be My Baby
4- Rock Out
5- Metropolis
6- Over The Top
7- One Night Stand (guitar solo)
8- Thousand Names
9- Cradle To The Grave
10- In the Name of Tragedy (drum solo)
11- Going to Brazil (w/ Sepultura)
12- Killed By Death
13- Ace Of Spades
14- Overkill
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Old 06-18-2010, 01:25 AM
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I love how Metallica changes up their set list from night to night, BUT after seeing them 3 times I think that they should throw in some more songs that they can actually pull-off. Example: I saw them play Disposable Heros in 2004 and it sucked ass, because it wasn't tight. However, the same night they played No Leaf Clover and it was pretty sweet. I AM NOT COMPARING THESE TWO SONGS, BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW WHICH ONE IS BETTER, I'M JUST SAYING I'D RATHER HEAR A TIGHT "blah" SONG THAN A SLOPPY CLASSIC.
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Metallica sounded good and I am not even much of a fan anymore.

You can download their complete TV broadcast set on the Traders Den or Motorhead on Dime A Dozen.
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I love how Metallica changes up their set list from night to night, BUT after seeing them 3 times I think that they should throw in some more songs that they can actually pull-off. Example: I saw them play Disposable Heros in 2004 and it sucked ass, because it wasn't tight. However, the same night they played No Leaf Clover and it was pretty sweet. I AM NOT COMPARING THESE TWO SONGS, BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW WHICH ONE IS BETTER, I'M JUST SAYING I'D RATHER HEAR A TIGHT "blah" SONG THAN A SLOPPY CLASSIC.
At this point, after touring for this album for almost three years and pretty much playing every classic they have, they should have worked out the kinks.
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